“Millhaven’s Tales of Suspense” to be retired this summer

LAST CHANCE to pick up a copy of "Millhaven's Tales of Suspense".  The second issue of Millhaven Tales is set to be permanently retired on July 1st.  If you were thinking of picking up a copy of issue, now is the time to do it.  Tales of mystery, suspense, and crime fill the pages of... Continue Reading →

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2019 Millhaven Press Release Schedule

2018 was a busy year...too busy.  2019 promises to bring more exciting releases despite a scaled back release schedule. "Millhaven's Tales of Adventure" (Millhaven Tales Volume I, Issue 4) (January 1st) "Cloud of Dust...Cry of Death" (Western/Weird Western Anthology (March 1st) "Millhaven's Tales of Wonder" (Volume II) (April 1st) "Fierce Tales: Lost Worlds" (May 1st)... Continue Reading →

Saturday Spotlight: Dividend on Death

Dividend on Death Author: Brett Halliday (Davis Dresser) Cover Art: Robert McGinnis Originally Published: 1939 Reviewed Edition: Dell D293 (1959) This is the book that introduced the public to private detective Mike Shayne; the red-headed, temperamental, perpetually down-on-his-luck sleuth. Halliday (Dresser) would spend the rest of his life writing (and commissioning other writers) the adventures... Continue Reading →

Influences: Frank Kane

Frank Kane (1912-1968) was a prolific pulp writer, best known for his mystery novels about the adventures of Johnny Liddell, a tough private eye who tangled with mobsters, molls and murder in New York City. In the mid-1940s, he began penning hundreds of scripts for popular radio programs, including six years as the writer for... Continue Reading →

Forgotten Heroes: Arsene Lupin

Arsene Lupin, gentleman thief, one of the most daring and dashing individuals who ever lifted a diamond necklace from under the noses of the authorities.  Young and handsome, laughing his way through difficulties and danger, Lupin is also a master of disguise and languages.  His sense of humor and conceit make life difficult for the... Continue Reading →

Influences: Thomas B. Dewey

"Thomas Blanchard Dewey (1915-1981) was an American author of hardboiled crime novels. He created three series of novels: the first one features Mac, a private investigator from Chicago, the second features Pete Schofield, and the third features Singer Batts and Joe Spinder." and that's all you get...seriously.  Apparently Dewey was a tight-lipped, secretive pulp writer... Continue Reading →

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